He gathered in his capital, too, Greek litterateurs and artists.
The litterateurs of the coffee-house call that the gallic salt.
Like other litterateurs, Balzac took up many subjects which he did not go on with.
The litterateurs unprepossessing pedantic exterior contrasted strangely with his voluptuous and imaginative mind.
For its size and population Scotland has been remarkably prolific in the rearing of eminent statesmen, soldiers, and litterateurs.
Active and practical himself, he professed for litterateurs a disdain which he made no effort to conceal.
All the small poets and litterateurs of the day poured floods of adulation upon him.
The decayed professors, virtuosi, litterateurs, and artists thronged to the place en masse.
Mr. Wales was one of the foremost astronomers, mathematicians, and litterateurs of his age.
The environs of the Lac dAnnecy have ever been a retreat for litterateurs and artist folk.